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November 26, 2015

Decoding ADA Standards for Classroom AV

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By Mike Tomei, Campus Technology

When designing audiovisual systems in higher education facilities, accessibility standards are often overlooked. Here are the latest ADA Standards to keep in mind for any classroom AV project. Classroom audiovisual systems can quickly turn into complex designs integrating a mix of technology, furniture and room design into one (hopefully) cohesive system. AV designers are not only tasked with determining the equipment needed in the system, but also the required infrastructure design specifications to make sure the system adheres to building, electrical, structural and life safety codes. In the midst of all those specifications, one often overlooked — but critical — aspect of AV system design is compliance with the ADA Standards for Accessible Design.

https://campustechnology.com/articles/2015/11/11/decoding-ada-standards-for-classroom-av.aspx

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